PARTIDO STATE UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES & RESEARCH
Caramoan, Camarines Sur
Mr. RICO B. BRONIOLA Date: July 12, 2014 Maed Inm
Course code: Education 205
Course title: Management Behavior in Education
Professor: Maria Cristina V. Valencia, Ed. D
THE WORKER & THE EMPLOYER
Referred to as a paid laborer, or broadly, any person who does manual or industrial labor as a means of livelihood. In a legal terms, a worker or employee is any person employed by an employer
The Person who provides work for workers, compensating them in exchange for their labor or services. In legal terms, the employer is one who reserves the right, subject to limitations imposed by labor laws, to lay down policies, hire, suspend, transfer, lay off, or discipline employees.
DUTIES OF EMPLOYERS TO THEIR WORKERS
1. Respect the human dignity of the workers.
2. Appreciate their work
3. Never treat them as slaves for making money.
4. Never assign them task beyond their strengths. Do not employ them in work not suited to their age or sex. 5. Pay them commensurate wages.
6. Provide for their health and social recreations.
7. Provide them time to practice their religion.
8. Advise them on how to use their money wisely.
9. Instruct them to love their families
10. Provide them with the opportunities for promotions.
DUTIES OF WORKERS TO THEIR EMPLOYERS
1. Work honestly and comply with all agreements.
2. Never injure capital or steal from the employer.
3. Never outrage the person of the employer.
4. Never employ deceit or violence in presenting the cause.
5. Never consort with agitators or men or evil principles.
DISPUTES AND DISAGREEMENTS
Disagreements in the workplace are inevitable as both workers and employers bring them their differing, and oftentimes, conflicting expectations, interests, values and attitudes to the workplace.
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